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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
GlaxoSmithKline LSE:GSK London Ordinary Share GB0009252882 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.20p -0.15% 1,480.00p 1,472.80p 1,473.60p 1,486.60p 1,463.20p 1,467.40p 8,604,706 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 30,186.0 3,525.0 31.4 47.1 73,412.69

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/12/2018
19:37
Search your souls you will find the answers,lets get back to GSK,burry the hatchet and the guilt.
abdullla
15/12/2018
19:19
Tell us where you hail from Abdulla, and we will tell you if that country is morally exemplary!! And don’t say you are British.
jadeticl3
15/12/2018
19:11
Colonialism was morally right?
abdullla
15/12/2018
18:35
absolute rubbish. 17.4m people voted for Brexit because they realised that the EU is morally wrong.
big black dog2
15/12/2018
18:20
The only reason to why Britain voted for brexit is because majority of them are prejudice against all foreigners,they do not want to share their good fortunes they robbed from the unfortunate and poor people of this world thru colonialism,now when they found out that the polish,Romanians and other poor Europeans are also wanting to better their lives the British decided enough was enough,and you know the rest!
abdullla
15/12/2018
15:31
Brexit Britain, a local country for local people. Sad to see the impoverishing damage this farce has done to asset prices in the UK, no sensible countries have referendums and you can see why, they just get used as a protest vote, my cleaning lady voted for brexit, now she realises what that means and with sterling trashed she is getting poorer by the day she wants another vote to change her mind, thick, be careful what you wish for I guess.
porsche1945
14/12/2018
18:06
Losos, 41. Ready and able for whatever comes. And relishing it.
wbecki
14/12/2018
13:00
Wbecki - "for that is our destiny I suspect." Haha yes we are heading that way. Don't know how old you are but for me I hope to get one or two more decades in and by then I'll be ready (and happy) to shuffle of this mortal coil. By that time there sure won't be much to hang around for haha.
losos
14/12/2018
11:58
Losos, Panto farce indeed. This is always what happens when a democratic vote is not accepted because a certain vocal segment did not get their way. Look around the world at banana republics to see how it pans out, for that is our destiny I suspect.
wbecki
14/12/2018
11:57
Senate Dems introduce bill to block "excessive" increases in drug prices hTTps://seekingalpha.com/news/3416896-senate-dems-introduce-bill-block-excessive-increases-drug-prices#email_link
wbecki
13/12/2018
16:21
WBecki - "Politically UK market looks very vulnerable for the next 3-6 months." The parliament pantamine show is heading for box office records, I've never known such a farce, I just hope and pray that some logic and common sense will prevail by mid 2019 and markets can concentrate on normal disruptions e.g. trade wars and real wars !!
losos
13/12/2018
12:36
Very tempted GSK side at these levels. My one concern is early New Year meltdown. Politically UK market looks very vulnerable for the next 3-6 months.
wbecki
13/12/2018
08:24
looks like the pound not really going to recover pre xmas so will push this up higher. Really think that a return to £16 by xmas is achievable. We will see.
blueteam
12/12/2018
16:25
Up 15p followed by down 15p,that equals zero.
abdullla
12/12/2018
14:43
GSK is the cheapest EU large cap pharma on 2020-2021 price/earnings…; and also offers the highest dividend yield, which our model suggests is sustainable,’
blueteam
12/12/2018
11:05
GSK is cheap, says Jefferies GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is the cheapest large cap pharmaceutical stock in Europe and is being underestimated by the market, says Jefferies. Analyst Peter Welford retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and increased the target price from £15.80 to £17.50. The shares rose 1.6% to £14.93 yesterday. ‘GSK is the cheapest EU large cap pharma on 2020-2021 price/earnings… and also offers the highest dividend yield, which our model suggests is sustainable,’ he said. Although Welford is ‘not enamoured’ by the deal to acquire biopharmaceutical firm Tesaro, he does now see an 11% earnings per share compound annual growth rate ‘from the 2019 trough’. He also thinks the market is underestimating the sales of shingles vaccine Shingrix, with consensus being ‘too conservative’. HTTPS://citywire.co.uk/funds-insider/news/the-expert-view-glaxosmithkline-wpp-and-ashtead/a1184352?section=funds-insider&_ga=2.43709349.1875370727.1544612594-1586536286.1544612594#i=2
philanderer
12/12/2018
08:35
£1 = 1.25258 USD
tradermichael
11/12/2018
09:06
Features of Britain’s unwritten constitution There are a number of associated characteristics of Britain’s unwritten constitution, a cardinal one being that in law Parliament is sovereign in the sense of being the supreme legislative body. Since there is no documentary constitution containing laws that are fundamental in status and superior to ordinary Acts of Parliament, the courts may only interpret parliamentary statutes. They may not overrule or declare them invalid for being contrary to the constitution and ‘unconstitutional’. So, too, there are no entrenched procedures (such as a special power of the House of Lords, or the requirement of a referendum) by which the unwritten constitution may be amended. The legislative process by which a constitutional law is repealed, amended or enacted, even one dealing with a matter of fundamental political importance, is similar in kind to any other Act of Parliament, however trivial its subject matter. Another characteristic of the unwritten constitution is the special significance of political customs known as ‘conventions’, which oil the wheels of the relationship between the ancient institutions of state. These are unwritten rules of constitutional practice, vital to our politics, the workings of government, but not committed into law or any written form at all. The very existence of the office of Prime Minister, our head of government, is purely conventional. So is the rule upon which he or she is appointed, being whoever commands the confidence of the House of Commons (the majority party leader, or head of a coalition of parties).
tradermichael
11/12/2018
08:58
Nothing wrong with the principle of Democracy it's the way it's applied at the top by the establishment. Our Parliament is a prime example of something set up to give the impression we Brits were moving out of a Feudal age and into a more Democratic way of government but in truth Parliament was set up in a way that would always maintain the Status quo and to this day it's done just that. Reference: To maintain the status quo is to keep the things the way they presently are. The related phrase status quo ante, literally "the state in which before", means "the state of affairs that existed previously".
gbh2
11/12/2018
01:21
Democracy what is it ? Believe it or not but the Greeks dreamed up the democracy idea back in 500 BC The taking of money , bribes and the receipt of gifts to those olde Greek politicians started straight away hTTps://www.auspsa.org.au/sites/default/files/conceptions_of_political_corruption_lisa_hill.pdf So what we have is some clever old Greeks that dreamed up the word democracy as a way to enrich themselves Today the same thing happens but on a much larger scale In the USA it is known as lobbying and is legal Lobbying in the United States describes paid activity in which special interests hire well-connected professional advocates, often lawyers, to argue for specific legislation in decision-making bodies such as the United States Congress. Multinational companies lobby ie pay , various senators to represent ie vote for , their wishes in whatever legislation is before them. In other words , for the record so that folks understand Democracy = Corruption Today its every man for himself as it always was But I must say this sector looks better than many others
buywell3
10/12/2018
16:22
But surely the share price of GW pre-merger shouldn't be compared to the share price of GSK as this was a merged entity and they would be capitalised at different levels? Or am I missing something fundamental?
rikky72
10/12/2018
15:56
I have held some Glaxo shares since 1986. When I retired 20 years ago they were about £22, due I think to the imminent merger with SKB. Since then I have seen them fall to £10, but never above the £22 mark. I have pocketed many pounds from dividends during that time but always expected that one day they would climb back to over £22, when I would sell out. Some hope!!! More likely I will leave them to my children in my will, and maybe they will see the level I have hoped for!
jadeticl3
10/12/2018
15:20
£1 = $1.26
tradermichael
10/12/2018
14:08
hope so - I hold a lot of these indirectly so am always keen to see the price up but as I never sell it doesn't really matter.
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